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"spring valley" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on WTOP

"In Spring Valley Drive. Watch to be rerouted potential issue on the rails. Mark Penn Line train 502, saying it's going to depart over an hour late. There's a delay. Equipment from last night's weather. Mark Penn line train 403 was canceled. Train four of seven was handling it about 10 minutes behind, getting ready to buy a new home when it comes to your mortgage, think the link the mortgage link. Don't wait. Call 1 807 50 Link or visit the link 100 dot com Jack Taylor w T o P. Traffic Lauryn Ricketts that early sunshine looks pretty good this morning. It does and we're going to continue to have sunshine throughout the remainder of the day, pretty much throughout the remainder of this work week temperatures. Today, only topping out right around 80 degrees, the humidity a little lower but sending the chance of a spotty shower. We're looking good, and I'd say less than a 20% chance. We're looking dry for the remainder of the day. Which is good, because that will give us a chance to dry out from all that rain that we got last night. Now as we head through the day tomorrow, upper seventies plenty of sun Thursday upper seventies plenty of sun. Friday. Back in the mid eighties, plenty of sunshine and this upcoming weekend and touching humidity very similar to yesterday, But it's going to be hotter. Low nineties on your Saturday could have a few showers and thunderstorms Sunday. We are looking at possibly a few thunderstorms. Right now we're keeping it dry. But temperatures back in the mid eighties for your father's Day 68 right now in Washington, Baltimore at 66 Quantico at 69 Frederick at 63 AMs. Brought to you by new look home design right now, say 50% on all roofing material. Those is 6 21, now in the Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to reinstate the death.

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Damage system for all kids everywhere and vivian. I think you make that point brilliantly. Throughout the film the school to prison pipeline is alive and well in this country. And i think that it's just incredible. The way that you are able to articulate that and fight those policies while also doing this work. You're doing deep trauma work at the same time as fighting the system. And i admire that so much. Vivian thank you for that But i don't think they can be separated right now not at all when we were talking earlier in one of the things that is like. I'm not gonna say just like white people. I'm talking about all people. I watch this. Fill their somebody who's considered the perpetrator armor that you're gonna relate with And if we can remove. Shane guilt and blame from the conversation. And like what's my responsibility now. Now that i know was the work that i have to do. That's all. I wanted to get him too late. What's the work that she gets do. So you are no longer harbour or you don't always me everything is happening to me. Oh this my face. So i know racism right lately and it's just like now that no what am i gonna do with this information in. How do i use it right. Because at the end of the day like we keep saying as white privilege and watch the film what he tackled. There's no such thing there's no such thing there's no such thing now it's like every time you're no you cut off any possibilities for what the yes in your world could look like so i want folks to like really work to what the yes in the world could look like and how different our world could be if we just stop and say there's some things i gotta like take accountability for it happened. I'm not blaming shaming myself. But now that i know. When am i do with this. So i don't want it to be just another film..

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:20 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"It was like all i could see car amount right now. He still can't see but he saw chicago right in. Mike that's hetty stayed with me could actually had see neither to like doubles. The child who was frightened the white man attacking his black girl. This wedding about you is light really so but i keep telling people at this is what was called for me got a lot of conversations because there's no way because one of the things get knows he kept saying what you said when asked with anybody but i was ready to sit with him bike. I'm about to go in. I didn't know that. When i set what hell what would come up with like. You're actually going sit with like this. Something came over me all the anger that i walked in that room with knowing that he had harmed his child knowing that he did all that at the same time i was cleared. I was going to be talking to a human being because if i let my feelings emotions get in the way we want. Go get to where we need in. It wasn't gonna help her adjust. It wasn't going to support her any other girl after her. And so i was like. It's not about you. Vivian is through you but not about you. Though whatever reason you're in the role with this man got his attention if you could get any if you do anything right now 'cause i easily blew up and i would have been an end of everything but okay all right board. I trust you. Let me talk talking human-to-human. I'm talking like i've been there. Eight work. Kids ain't no slam no jobs like that. I've never done anything like that. But i'm like okay. Then helped him see where responsible whereas responsibility versus playing. Come in like how do we move him forward if he's still got these folks in his life. I can't just cut it off. So it was facing grace in even for myself had ms hope spacing grace. 'cause there were times. Can you feel to them right now. I'm uneven minute in an uncle can. And that's what i loved about them because they were always willing to give me my space in graz but i think those are the words that we use. We say what guided me. I will say spacing grace. While i was going to say some one more thing about that kind of thing about person but when you were talking thank you for sharing your story about that and about how you thought about when benn talked about his birthright you know how connected because i had a i mean part of what i hope to this film. Is that white people see it and they do say them selves way..

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

05:14 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"As well as at the same time looking at everything that was wrong in terms of what went wrong in ben feels transition into the pipeline as well and so. I wondered if you could tell me a little about how. You've got access to ben fields. Did he know what the whole story was. Going to pan out as no. He didn't know. Because i didn't know and i was honest with town that i'm trying to do that kind of guy thing like what i'm gonna do is give you an opportunity to tell your story and you can look in my prior work. I'm not. I'm not going to change something. I don't have a gotcha thing or all. That in i sit. I'm i wanted to ask everybody stories in so that was part of it in another party or was like you know what me as a white man. What could i bring to this whole thing. And part of what i felt part of what i thought i could do is use my white privilege as you know and just feel like in the belly be stove logistic -cation for something like this could be. You know it was really wanna know how how do you. How do you justify this added fifty percent of south carolina when they were asked justify this and as a white person special mostly white people in this white world view of that as a white person. I was like well. I want to interrogate that. And yes so. I got access because i knew a friend of his that had posted about it written about it and i talked to him and explain an economic in e connected me with him and hours a lot of hours and conversations you know maybe hundreds hours conversations and then through that but he was willing to talk in billions willing to talk to them and they ended up talking and i thought it could be a blow out but they actually took it from. There took the relation from there. But that's kind of how that you know..

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"We don't like dislike or whatever but let's stop and look at it and say that dive into it and be as individual. Is there anything. I can do to have this. Look different for the child that this did happen to the millions to come or whatever so it won't be williams to come and i think it's wonderful that your focus is so specifically policy while at the same time also supporting the girls as individuals but i also have satit. Kara is my hero now after watching this movie for so many reasons but among them the fact that she was denied so much and so many opportunities and she still had the grace to give that award another girl who had the opportunities that she did not have and was able to accomplish so much and the way that she speaks and that she is able to cross says the experience now. I can't imagine what that takes. I can't imagine what that takes. There's a hell of a lot of strength there. Yeah i mean she's been my arrose. They won a lake at like. I'm so grateful that i've been blessed to be able to like actually interact with her. Always as i keep telling me y'all got moved everything because how i was able to like actually physically get hurt and get hold of her. Should have never happened. I call one place you know hospitals. Nobody's name whatever that woman said a nobody calling for her. Hold on and the next thing i know they're like for you. What how did you get this number. I was like. I've just been searching up in on the ground. I've been walking up and doing all the things and the next day they said we're gonna take her somewhere you can't know her facility but we're gonna take her somewhere and you can meet her there and then we've been together ever said. Even when she walked in she was very clear by. Who are you. we've been talking via facebook. Who are really in the way that she questioned me. I was like okay got it. Okay yeah you can see me again like okay. You know but her ownership for her own life and that's wanted as we talk about what black girls have tiny of their choices itami of their lives. And like no matter what happened to you. She's very clear this life ain't been no crystal stair. She is very own no crystal stair. It does that but her pass is not becoming our future. She is so clear. Like i can have different. If won't nobody else do for me do it for myself and that slap she will always be like you heard it in the film girl. You know you talking to me. She gives me advice. We sit and talk to each other. So i love what we created. Because i've watched this girl who was forced into womanhood early on right in that. I should say right. 'cause she had to take on a lot of stuff at a young age but why this woman develop and see her step in our own in Own herself not what society says is everybody else gets say. Yeah felt this. At moment. I felt that it. But here's where. I am now and i might have a bad day. But here's where i am now at. She's she's creating it for our is just the mission very black girl world war thrives under there under the light. What day says private and so that means so much to me that she's she's creating our own path. I think that's magic and at the same time too when you think about what happened in that classroom on that day and the way that so. Many structural things imploded and the fact that she was a student with disabilities who was denied the appropriate accommodations in that instant. Just i have to tell you as someone who's been a classroom teacher of students with learning disabilities for sixteen years. That really deeply upset me. And i could not get over that for a minute..

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Then the other thing was worried that really resonated was that like. I said we wanted this to drill down on this. One incident is ninety seconds and i kinda saw. This film was an opposite of a viral video. Where you know so opposite of our video means context. So what i thought is we can. The whole idea is that what's add. Context. it's not this video so when you start thinking about context you start thinking about the people involved we learn about like what's your car's day was like what what officer was doing the teacher but then you expand the context out more and say well what would a policies for them to be. Why was that officer even there. And then you expand out even more and say what were the laws and and it just be the more. We dug the more context. So that's what this film is. And i love that. You dive into the history and the institutions the policies and the practices but it's also looking at the structural practice of the patriarchy of supremacy of the hierarchies of class and education and all the institutions within american society. I think that's fascinating in there. And for me. I found just hearing about that. Disturbing school law shocking. What was your first reaction. Vivian when you heard about that or realized that that was something that you had to overturn. Well i can say my two days turned into you know moving. Because i'm like wait a minute. That's a law. This is we actually created a law for children and it was like wait a minute and then as a even when i saw Nyein her mom chicago per month in. I was talking to other parents. Nobody had any idea they were like. Oh we just think our kids get written up or this happened. I'm like no there's a law that's in place they can have your chil- child arrested and if you can't pay the money when they get arrested your child is going to be incarcerated and at that point we'd done work since then at that point if your child is like sixteen point two adult jail so let's talk about this right and so for me. It was one of those things where it's just like wait a minute. I was already working. With zero. tolerance policies policies in laws are two different things in Just started like i said the Pandora's box inoculate the spiderweb and how all the things are connected in how we have to keep so we talk about how we shift is for me. It was like the only way. I could really help the girls at that moment. Winston address policy. I can like hug up on them at love upon them. But if i'm gonna make it different from everybody else because one of the things. I've been very intentional. Route about no matter what shot worked with a. Don't make it about the child making about the issue i'm making about. So is the context not just the content and so i love the wake gear. Put that because we can night mate hoping just about this happened to this child in everybody would have sought this one thing that happened to one person versus what the film has done as created a context about largest systemic issue. That's happened in the united states. That people are not paying attention to some very proud of the work that they've done gadget off are on michael white people on some house right now i get it and i'm so i really hope that everybody walks away with okay now. We got a dive deeper. Something happens we don't just say on messed up..

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"We all have for that so but i think it's also about the creation of empathy right. I mean in terms of your work. Your work is all about healing and the creation of empathy and so forth. And i think garrett's work is trying to create that connection of at that the for white audiences as well where i think black people see that video and they connect to the trauma instantaneously whereas it's obvious from the first few seconds of the film practically the way it was politicized and blown out of proportion in different ways on the right side of the media on box news and by different pundits elsewhere. And vivian when i watched this film you are so phenomenal in terms of the way that you are working with these girls and the way that you are trying to heal. All of these divides. But what i had to wonder is for you when you look at this film. How do you feel it lays to a black audience versus white audience. Do you feel like there's a difference there yet. I think for me. 'cause i had eight-year-old watching it with me last night really she's rubbing my back like it's okay miss an when we talk about white off audience different form black audience. Aguirre knows had talked about this a lot. Where there's oftentimes it's not just a race conversation as class conversation. Just remember on. Gary member always said that one of the things that made me stay in south carolina. 'cause the opening up doors box so it wasn't just a single issue. It was psych so multi layered and. That's what penders is so is so many layers to so many things in it and that's why you know like for me. I was just like wait a minute. Not just a race thing. It's not just a gender thing there. Some class there like hierarchy does patriarch is always waste from but there's so many layers to it while like hold up because there were black votes like i say when i first got to south carolina okay..

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"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Hello and welcome to ride the omnibus. I'm your host aerial baske- and today we are at south by southwest talking with documentary filmmaker. Garrett's evita's and healer activists. Vivian anderson about the film spring valley and very excited to be able to talk to you about this documentary. Because i really loved it really truly. It was my favorite documentary of south by southwest. Wow area that means so much to us because you know for for so long. You're doing this in. We're in the weeds doing it in phnom for four years so you just hope that someone will our response at the end like you. Well we'll tell. I have a very personal response to this film and as we go through my questions i just want to warn you. I will probably talk a little bit about my own personal experience. I some aspects of speakers. I happen to have a couple of things in common with some different parts of this story. I was a classroom teacher for sixteen years. And i have had various incidents where i had to defend students against school resource officer. Wow different ways usually related to hardee's more than anything. But how do you describe this spring valley incident in a log line. Have you've been asked to do this for other interviews. I'm just curious..

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Firefighter trapped in assisted living home blaze found dead

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Firefighter trapped in assisted living home blaze found dead

"I'm Julie Walker the body of the volunteer firefighter who went missing in a blaze at an assisted living facility in Spring Valley New York was recovered last night after hours of searching Rockland county executive ed day says Jared Lloyd was trying to rescue residents he sent out a mayday call fellow firefighters tried to reach him but couldn't in service to others the search the building burned determined to rescue anyone who may have been trapped his loss is devastating there was no other way what if but I will tell you this is worse with them will never be forgotten the fire was so intense one of the floors collapsed one resident a man also died and several others were injured including other volunteer firefighters the blaze displaced more than a hundred many elderly and infirmed the cause is under investigation I'm Julie Walker

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Firefighter found dead day after blaze at New York assisted living home

Hugh Hewitt

00:10 sec | 8 months ago

Firefighter found dead day after blaze at New York assisted living home

"That swept through a spring Valley, New York, assisted living home early yesterday has now been recovered. The blaze collapsed the building, killing one resident as well. Or in the stories, a town hall dot com.

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One dead, others injured after fire tears through assisted-living facility in New York suburb

Mike Gallagher

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

One dead, others injured after fire tears through assisted-living facility in New York suburb

"One person died and an overnight fire that destroyed a suburban New York City assisted living facility. The blaze broke out early this morning at the Evergreen Court home for adults in Spring Valley, New York. Higher. Officials say the victim was a nursing home resident taken to the hospital and later died,

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Resident killed in fire at New York assisted living facility

Morning Edition

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Resident killed in fire at New York assisted living facility

"County and early morning fire, An assisted living facility in Spring Valley has left one resident dead and prompted the evacuation of more than 100. Others. The incident led to the partial collapse of the building fire official told reporters at the scene that flames gutted the Evergreen Court home for adults. Police say numerous firefighters and residents have been injured. Several agencies work to get the fire under control. Video from the scene shows the second floor, the facility collapsing because the fire is still unclear. Spring Valley's about 30 miles north of Manhattan. New Yorkers Age 50 and older become

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Fire forces evacuations at New York assisted living facility

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Fire forces evacuations at New York assisted living facility

"I'm Julie Walker an early morning fire at an assisted living facility in New York leaves one resident dead and injures two firefighters one of the firefighters is out of the hospital the other being kept for observation according to Rockland county fire coordinator Chris Kerr who says they believe all residents are accounted for we were working with the EMS and the the C. I. P. and the owners of the facility to make sure each and every person account of four so we believe they are but again we were double checking or triple checking to make sure the fire destroyed the evergreen court home for adults in the Rockland county community of Spring Valley twenty three fire companies responded this is a devastating loss it was a quite a chaotic scene when they first arrived here this morning and ill firefighters will both be on and do their best I'm Julie Walker

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2020: The year in review

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:05 min | 1 year ago

2020: The year in review

"To look at the year's biggest stories. I was joined by three of the newspapers correspondence on the front line. Reporting the huge events of this year and their effects on the art world and a brady is our market editor. He's a buck is our contemporary correspondent and gareth harris is our chief contributing editor inevitably as we tackle the year's event to major global stories dominated the discussions the coronavirus pandemic and the death of george floyd and the fight for racial justice. I'd like to begin by talking about the effective of covid on the market. And and obviously this is your area of expertise. And i want to begin by talking about the fares. Because in a way they've been the marker of this exponential rise in the market over the last decade but they fail just as suddenly this year. I told me about fares on the covid back in march and sort of early mart taper off maastricht happened and it was kind of happened a week beforehand. It might have been okay and had happened week. Afterwards i think it definitely would have been cancelled and myself a lot of other journalists. Went out again. See the fat and it had very strange kind of atmosphere. He sort of jokingly foot tapping and elba bumping. But i think people sort of thought that something viruses affecting the outside world won't penetrate walls in the champagne and kind of that elite nature is. Shut down an exhibitor had got tested positive covid and after that so many people attend to call the virus at the fair and some of them were really radio and in intensive care and i think that was just a for me. That was kind of big wake-up cool overseas in the uk went into lockdown the us. After that the armory we happen to have the same sort of time but it was. It definitely was a kind of think. Reality shock that this is going to be something that really was can affect all of us. It didn't matter our were or whether you were off a this forest and have any kind of respect for face of mesa foundries and it's just as one said to me. Everything kind of fell off a cliff in late off training. And then you just saw this sort of chain of cancellations volvo fairs. I mean it's fair to say that the the big fairs have had a terrible year right. Yes they even had an awful. Yeah i was thinking back to when we speak russia beginning of the doing a year ahead. Podcasts i remember when i was leaving afterwards sending i think maggie a message saying we didn't mention carina. Virus and thousand mistake is at that point. We were recording sort of sauce january and we of it very much. They'll as an asian problem and a lot of the talk then was about whether autism hong kong was going to be cancelled and it was at the end of january but i think people still thought that it was going to be quite contained a there but after that east be the fence being canceled was knees. Now fast. Going ahead is news. Just the just hasn't really been anything since about much aside from these fares in in shanghai in november which did manage to go ahead that is a different world to rest of the world maidment. And i think we're really going to see any until about late. May next year by the looks of aside from say ought to buy which is saying that it will go ahead and march but whether actually will not very much master of debate gareth. That's why isn't it all. The fares are sort of basically postponing. And then there's going to be this glut of that happened in the middle of twenty twenty one. I mean i think the all world is beginning to think about a return to some kind of post virus malady but that's difficult is just said because the twenty twenty one calendar is looking quite crunchy. Really got balls. The hong kong is the first honor scheduled kickoff next. Mary and yams new york is next summer. So think there's about six or seven major phase in a row so within a few weeks within night mates at that tape off maastricht delayed Home call up. Awesome hong kong freeze. Neil and then our puzzle as well and then freeze. La in july. But we've been here before. Yeah i mean but we saw. The september was going to be back to back this year with fairs. That were delayed for the spring valley summer. They weren't they never actually happened. So i sort of we could be faced with the crunch or we could be faced with nothing at all this weird september. It's really hot today. It's difficult isn't because dealers and clubs helps to prioritize where they're going to go next spring some depending on all sorts of things like a vaccine and all other source of corona sort of things. I mean i just wonder how dealers will where to go. I mean i spoke to dominique levy a few weeks ago. And she said she's going to have to prioritize not would be quite difficult to do but i suppose collectors just itchen allow curator's itching to get back to in real life

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Update on Rents in Downtown San Diego

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Update on Rents in Downtown San Diego

"Good morning. Welcome in southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california. So you know we've been talking about different. Sub markets. A lot during our podcast. One of the ones that comes up all the time is downtown and so this downtown market. It's been something that You know we've had our eyes on. There's there's been so much construction that ended up over the last probably five years downtown that you know we knew that there was gonna be really high demand for downtown class a. apartments but now it seems that since the pandemic and everything that's starting to shift and so now the suburbs everyone's bailing out of downtown and heading to the suburbs and so we're coming back to a period where there's gonna be some absorption problems in downtown san diego exactly and you know. We kind of expected this to happen. We even talked about it and previous podcast. It's it was hard to tell them the beginning. What these what does how does this. Whole covert thing was going to look like when people's leases started to add. Yeah and so. It's interesting so the stabilize vacancy rate. Downtown has risen by more than three hundred basis points this year. So this is a co star. Report co star it out. And you know. It's basically saying that you know downtown. San diego is still trying to capture that last demand that they had. And you know there's a couple of things going on one. The suburbs are more popular. Because you get larger units to. You're you're you're not as high density bright right and so that's really you know kind of what people are looking at. Also you know with the job loss and things like that. That are going on downtown. It's having a big effect on class-a type product. So you know the the class b and you know the the neighborhoods like north park and stuff like that are proving to be by far the most resilient neighborhoods that that are in this city right now some of the lower end neighborhoods like in the areas of elk hone and spring valley places like that. We've heard a lot about vacancy issues and or collection issues whereas a lot of these suburb properties. That maybe somebody was in a class a. Building had a very good white collar job could afford to live a class. A. building is now kind of relocating to a larger space and in a more suburban neighborhoods. So that's really interesting. It's gonna be interesting to see how this shakes out over the next year. So right now. They're saying at the height of the shutdown net. Absorption or that the or the number of apartments moved into versus moved out of in downtown fell by more than two hundred and sixty units for comparison. The rest of san diego region recorded positive net. Absorption more than two hundred twenty so that means downtown just started shedding tenants really fast. And it's just never recaptured that so the interesting thing is is that last year one of the buildings that was A really really successful building was a building that was located. If i can find this. I think it was right on the edge of the east village right at that time. The there lisa up was going really well. They at least up like it was a four hundred unit and they at least up thirty minutes a month in june now. That building is back to where it was pre lease app and they're probably going to go back to some of the pre lease up incentives that they had in the past. So it's it's interesting that we're probably going to see this. This new round of downtown space. That's going to be re incentivized back to you. Know what it was two years ago. So you're probably going to get two or three months of free rent. You're probably going to have a much lower rate than what the market was prior prior to this pandemic. And so that's gonna be really interesting to keep an eye on right now. It's saying that When you remove downs inventory from this late at the latest data set of absorption The demand was positive during the shutdown between march and may and the region recorded more than two hundred and twenty units of desertion. About four hundred units less than what we historically see there. The the unit was The the region the downtown region over the spring and into the early summer was making up for that. So but then between june and october the region minus downtown absorbed twelve hundred and fifty units almost eight hundred more than at the same period between two thousand seventeen and nine thousand nine so the birds are really doing well during this pandemic i mean. They're they're having no problems whereas the the you know the downtown buildings and downtown in general is really suffering

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"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"We are as a restaurant but who any restaurant tour. I mean if you're not planning routes into your community Danny meyer from setting the table. The incredible restaurant tour who absolutely love all of his work enlightened hospitality but he talks about union union square and he talks about picking off beat locations. Because you get a better deal obviously on real estate but even bigger than that. It's an underserved community in an underserved community. Means that it doesn't mean that people don't want to feel good when they go out to eat doesn't mean they don't want to have a place where they can celebrate their son's birthday or have the local church over and do a fundraiser. What restaurants eateries do for villages is they. Give a sense of purpose to the entire village. And it's up to the restaurant tour to not only embrace that within their culture but even more powerful once you have a voice and you use that voice to talk about the entire community and not just about your business. Everything starts to change people start to perceive things differently in your community because perception's reality correct gin so you know for us. I mean we have our restaurant and then there's valley farm market. Which is the butcher shop down the street. They've been in business for sixty three years. They were the sole guiding light for spring valley and then we came and we started guiding the same light champion the same cause saying hey. Spring valley is amazing. There's amazing people that live in spring valley. What can we do within our four walls and outside of our four walls if somebody needs something at the local fire station and they're doing a fundraiser. How can we help by leaving our four walls. We also not. We're not just saying it. We're actually doing it and people can feel that yes. I'm loving this one. I haven't tapped into curious about no barbecue experience. I mean you don't just flip a switch and become a master so now what was the. Where did you go to even be able to do. By req- what was the barbecue originally even like was it good like was it did..

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WWI chemical munitions cleanup ‘is complete’ under former Northwest Washington, DC home

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

WWI chemical munitions cleanup ‘is complete’ under former Northwest Washington, DC home

"In a major cleanup effort in the Spring Valley neighborhood in northwest DC The demolition of the home of 48 25 Glenbrook Road began in 2012 during World War I. It was the site of the American University Experiment Station, the Army Corps of Engineers knew there were likely remnants of mustard gas and an arsenic containing blister agent under it. For almost eight years, they've been painstaking. Only skimming layers of contaminated soil away. Excavation of all contaminated material is complete. Project manager Julie Kaiser Right now the Army Corps is bad, felling grading compact in soil and seeding before they turn the property back over to American University. Dear Lord in

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Washington, D.C. neighbors feed hospital workers, support local businesses

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, D.C. neighbors feed hospital workers, support local businesses

"Well neighbors in the northwest DC neighborhood have raised nearly seven thousand dollars to buying meals for frontline health care workers when she saw the danger of coronavirus to hospital staff and the economic damage to neighborhood restaurants Kathleen Norris of Spring Valley wanted to lend a hand this is a very scary time for everybody and wanted to come up with some ideas that we can help all help each other she and four friends using the digital wallet venom all graced funds we'd use our donations to buy pizza or sandwiches or bagels from local restaurants and either deliver them ourselves or have

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"spring valley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"spring valley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Can use your frost from the capital of the world talk radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. news news weather and now going out of the warranty or forced to make an emergency landing thirty two degrees mostly clear New York I'm Bob brown now it's running on seventy seven WABC and WBC radio dot com adult the plane out of LaGuardia airport forced to make an emergency landing tonight in Philadelphia because of electrical problems the airline says flight eight thirty four was bound for Denver and landed safely no injuries reported a man is being treated for gunshot wounds to the stomach and two suspects on the loose following an incident in Rockland county Spring Valley police officer Matthew galley says it happened this afternoon in the town's transit center at one municipal plaza but we have offices like I said flooding the area we have units from Spring Valley the sheriff's office and TI all out looking for the suspects right now so right I have no doubt my mind are gonna do a diligent job and locating the suspects the victim is expected to survive forecastle Ramsey Mazda when the center tonight mostly clear lo twenty nine from the Ramsey Mazda weather center thirty two in Central Park thirty one in the Bronx the seventy seven W. C. newsdesk on Bob brown accepted at midnight twenty four seven coverage WBZ radio dot com WABC traffic in transit construction taking place on the parents neck bridge into the Bronx queens two lanes are closed in both directions meanwhile on Pelham parkway the Bronx fresh west bound by the Hutchinson river parkway George Washington.

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Beloved Soccer Coach Dies In Rockland County House Fire

Podcast Premiere

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Beloved Soccer Coach Dies In Rockland County House Fire

"Well beloved high school soccer coach is being remembered after he was killed in a fire over the weekend in Rockland county the fire started at a home on Rocklin lane in ram a PO five thirty Saturday morning by the time police arrived at the scene the house was engulfed in flames the victim was identified as the nail Eduard he was a coach and security guard at Spring Valley high school and Warren coached spring valley's junior varsity boys soccer team the school said of an L. was vital to our high school security team and was a caring soccer coach for the last eleven years the cause of the fire remains under

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"spring valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"spring valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Here to talk about your dream we've been talking a lot with our callers tonight let's go back to the lines here Tom in Spring Valley California the town is it going tonight finally and I before I tell her what my dream is she I love your voice I've always loved much that you're here so out this what what dream did you have or have you been having this is a recurring dream willing and here's the deal I'm not I'm retired service and I've been playing you twenty seven years thank you so much I'm on a ship and dungarees and I've been talking to officer and all of a sudden always by half so I've got to go to my birth singer all the way along to get there then I lose one shoe so I'm walking around and then finally I lose my and I can't find my birthing area and I have to ask people where it's at and when I finally get to my locker I can't get in to my locker to put the clothes on I always wake up but that might and this is a recurring dream yeah lane and you said that you were you can't you can't find your berthing area and then what did you say after that and I can't find my locker and I can't find where the my closure at right and so in a way if you were listening earlier we were talking about one of the points of entry is that reputation the repeating and this is the only example I I can't thank you enough for calling with the stream Tom because it's a perfect illustration of how we repeat like winter hat the new movie shoes thing it was for fox then you lose the other sock and in the you know you can't find your your berthing area so there's all this thing about losing and can find and that again a recurring dream hearing it in a year it's the same thing as a favorite expression once you've nailed the favorite expression and then you can apply it to what is going on in your life this week and why you would be using that image because this is all about wanting to change so I might have a dream like that if this is my dream I might have a dream like that where I am I'm feeling what no I'm not feeling like and it's all related to like clothing so I might be feeling exposed in some way I'm not really sure about what I can do to I felt he you know you're not a dream like that also if you've been particularly honest with somebody and so that's a billion self you see what I mean well what about the going back to the birthing area and being in his birthday suit when he gets there I love it without going into that kind of birth weight and so I think I hear you saying Lisa that you might have a dream like that if there's some thing new that you're doing new this time does that make any sense right I appreciate your guys start thank you so much Tom that's great yeah a lot of newness happening I Kathy in Winnipeg Canada our international colored in Canada near you welcome Kathy do you have a dream that you want to share with Laney reading my problem is maybe a little bit different and I have so much drama in my life that I don't dream okay gaming is thinking and so what you're saying is that you don't have legally call you that you have trouble remembering your dreams the training is just thinking your brain doesn't die at night here you continue thinking and some of us remember and some of us don't and it doesn't mean that one person's you know more healthy than another it's just that some of us are more inclined to remember than others well yeah but mine my traumas X. it goes on for decades okay great but he I ate you're saying that you don't remember your dreams I know I'm saying you don't have to you're still dreaming even though you don't remember and yet still carbon folding even though you don't remember me on I'm tryna tryna get some answers alright so maybe one Italian incubated dream and maybe one of the things that you can do is you can take a piece of paper and write down a question that you have for yourself and walk around with you read the question a couple of times during the day some people even take the question and kept it under their pillow when they go to sleep at night and leave paper and pen beside the bed and if you make a decision that you're looking for an answer you can integrate the dream and whatever it is that's going on in your life this week that's making you feel a certain way I am connected that feeling as you're falling asleep and you can even ask yourself to remember a dream with metaphors that are easy for you to understand and you can go into your restful sleep with those questions in in mind and just asking is that how you do it leaning here yes and that can help bring on a dream definitely okay I'm young and so try that try that Kathy of going into just asking yourself before you go to sleep a specific question that you would want answered and see what happens in the morning and make sure that you have a way to write that down or recall it recorded on your phone or something in the morning thank you thank you so much for your call I leave question what if it's not safe to dream what is your freight that something would come out of your psyche that you don't want to come out memories past well yeah but this constant we don't claim to have that control X. right I can say that usually what's coming forward it's because you're ready right yeah yeah it may be to kind of talk about it maybe you're not ready maybe Kathy wasn't ready and she just didn't want to have that dream and the psyche protects us as well exactly right alright let's go to Gina in New Orleans not once hi Tina how are you a I mean how are you know tell us your dream tell us to dream my dream background story quickly I was in pharmacy school and I got the doctor though it made him very proud that I had went to pharmacy all but here's my drink okay I was in at the out of the class and we had an assignment to go and get you item of yours is an item of artsy thing and we only have a certain amount of time to go to get these things can get back to the classroom so in my dream I was walking around the mall and I was like window gazing out last time and then I realized I was running out of time so I hurried up and I went to a store that happen to be open and I grabbed a pair of shoes that were right in light but they were too big for me I had to get on so I got him anyway and then my next object of my choosing I got a necklace but that was like a clock with a foot print on it and I got back to the class right on time and the teacher makes the get up and put the new one and explain why we got it and it was my turn and I put this you on and it was big and they were wondering why I take this you know that was you beg and that's when I woke up and I always keep a dream journal so I have a dream like that I write it down what help and I I kind of figured out the meaning of the dream need wire this soon I thank you big size following in the footsteps Hey good that's great Tina yeah well a couple hours later went to school in the switch my major in my life thank you change your life based on a dream higher direction my dad wasn't pleased but Hey my while to what direction I'm just curious I think you have misread and writing creative writing and chemistry right the degree at I went away from the I think your are happening in that is happening if I can use my happiness yes yes creative writing in pharmacy I mean chemistry those are two very interesting topic if you could write some really creative research papers I love it and what a terrific dream and I love the image of the window gazing as well like you're checking out what you want yes there is so much more to it but I know there's a lot at other people want to get in right click thank you great example I think that the people of a dream journal yeah yes yeah they that really have to change your life thanks so much for that story that I'm better color all right thank you very much let's go to Joe in Long Island Hey Joe do you have yeah I don't want to go into specifics for time reasons but my general question is I'm noticing that dreams to may of breaking down and to a series of scenes all of them yet and they seem to show potential in the scene or something and it's like giving reasons pro and con so each screen has like some positives that point to this potential and maybe some you know reasons why I would go ahead and some reasons why I wouldn't do this within the thing yet so that's good that that where where there's just scenes where potential is shown in the scene right and so you're you're saying what I'm saying that we you know if ten thousand things happen to you today which is probably true if you include every email you got every time the phone rang every time you went to the washroom every time he thought about something just Adam all up in the same way as we prioritize when we wake up in the morning I have to I have to see what we have to do today your unconscious behaves the exact same way so if you have ten thousand things happen to you today your unconscious connections primarily the one thing that's bugging you the most and all of your dreams tonight going to be you testing out different possible solutions and reactions that very specific current issue and that's what you're talking about is this you know V. exists testing out about this discussion that you're having about like if I do this or this will happen or if I do that not all happened so you can see the discussion by what you're describing in these three vignettes does that make sense to you Joe yes yes in other words that that it might be giving like two reasons to proceed there may be one reason to have hesitate that type of thing within the been yet right and so you know it's easier when you have a recent dream and this is for all the colors if you're calling with something recent then they fight and I'll ask you questions you will see that it becomes very easy for the dreamer can connect the dream that very specific current issue so there's so much that can be told from our dreams thank you yeah thank you so much for your call Joe I appreciate you coming on on line well lots of people so curious about their dreams are has a a a well Frank let's go to Frank in Hollywood Maryland hi Frank how's it going tonight right now the voice to lease so it's a really wonderful have you on tell me and I want to well recurring dream that I've had that we did the we ran out of time last time that you tried to decipher it the same one about this black coach you are a great building I would give it that night the contents all white horses and about ornament on the side of it by the lantern in a smaller rate ornament to when you have these black uniforms on with Bob Balaban black ornaments in the ribbon and the helmets with the playing G. like beyond like this right John government vacation and up to the OB well great you know I got at the hotel that you.

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"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Bucks of the of the three and that's that's on facebook and instagram. That's not even where else you've posted right which is also also on Youtube and like that's part of the the thing is once you get out of your own lane and what I've always loved about Corey is that he knows where his specialty Solti lies and he's not afraid to partner with videographers with photographers and bring them into his space. But then ask Derek and I to buy into that. Yeah because it's going to help him create those media assets that allows him to post it on different platforms to get exponential engagement right then you would just off of that one piece of content right totally. Yeah and I think it's important to work with feel for if you're a business owner in you don't do video and you want to start start doing video. Just look around and asked locally in shop out some different video For options I probably work with three to four different video offers and you we have Bryan. Who's WHO's our main go-to Guy Valley farm? But I'm working with a couple of other video offers. One can fly a drone you know everyone has their own specialty. Casualties one They're hyper lap stuff in. We ran a a hyper lapse video. They did really well last last year. Holidays for Valley Farm. esus those those little the pieces of content that really capture your attention and I think it's cool. It's easy to take a photo of something and post it but if you can bring that photo to life via via video I think that's really cool distraught. Drop People's attention and I think one thing that I don't WanNa overlook to for Derek and I and it's incredible to get asked to go to local news and to promote an event or to promote a charity. Whatever you're doing but when you add the component of live TV very rarely are you going to get the amount of engagement once? We started asking corey to come and film literally behind the scenes of them shooting reading that what happened. You just get you get so many people to watch stat winner. I never they want. Yeah and it's something that you could even send to other news stations that show that you've gone there and you know you have that social presence so you know from news standpoint if you're Fox five you'll we're tagging. We're tagging the shit out of view just to promote that we're going to be there and not many other people do that so it kind of goes both ways. It's nice for other news channels because then they get to share share the assets and creating a tiffany from canton be. She loves his amazing. She lets. She's always asking us for our photos when it's like well. Shouldn't you guys have your own photographer. I kind of helped him out with that. I think that's part of the cool world that is changing and old media new medias that we're all learning yeah like if you're a business that's not learning or not asking for help or not bringing in people that are experts. I mean we blew vision entertainment. We have Erin and Brandon here. They have a time lapse video. Stover's produced this podcast. He's in Oregon. You have to ask for help and you know you have to ask for help because once you you do I mean look at this village I mean just in this amount of time Derek and I have not instructed anyone where to park. We've not instructed anyone where to put their sidewalls also. We haven't checked anyone's meat inspection. I mean literally we've been up here bullshitting on stage and the villages taking care of itself but again you no with that came ten years. That's true so don't didn't have an overdose just happen overnight. But it's it's good another that's what it can be. That's That's your goal right is to you know in any business you have a you. Don't want a job you want you on a business. So that's kind of how we approach. This is is to have an event that it's not just work. It's allows us to do what we want to do with the hospitality and all that stuff. So I think that the turn out out of this being the tenth annual it you know I think it kind of encapsulates. The thought of good things. Don't just happen overnight. It takes ten years to build up slowing. Yeah exactly but if you're wanting to start video or you're wanting to start marketing and social media don't expect to see a huge return in the next month it's GonNa take a while and I know that for endemic standpoint when I first started. He's like okay. Spend this amount of money. What am I seeing back the little bit longer? It's a slow process but eventually patients in the now now he's he's buying in. Yeah Sean Obviously Bison but it takes it takes a while for for the momentum to start going and once it's going. It's kind of a snowball effect for sure. You're so corey. Tell let our listeners. A little bit about your company in the launch a company called wavefront marketing away. Front just kind of comes from my love of the ocean so waves and either a partner Caitlin who lives in Arizona who kind of brainstormed the the name But Yeah We. Can you just love helping other business owners on online whether it's facebook instagram website. We have On Kyle who does websites Pflueger cow. Shout out to Kyle Suhel Kelly. Barbecue dot media was ascherman mastermind. I mean the guys can the amount of business he's GonNa have for the next forever. He's GonNa have to teach US kids how to add do this because he's an mobile first. I if we just looked at the statistics from the last week of traffic since we've switched over we're at seventy five percent mobile traffic to the site and its mobile first. So everything's designed for the user to literally by Barbecue online by catering online book a table. which goes to yell? No wait. It's very exciting. What he's is down? That's great yeah. Kyle's great we have Bryan. WHO's my Go-to Viagra? For and currently working on expanding the team video offers right now We have some photographers that we work with as well for some of the clients and Yeah we have eric who does graphic design so oh really as a business owner if you need something in the digital marketing realm we we look to be the one stop shop for my company. And Yeah we're we're leaving the process on agency agency A. We're we're more of a team like the I've worked for agencies and having always loved the mindset. Where are you over over? Promised and under under delivery they try and take on as many clients as possible just to get the money and I love that and I've I've grown up playing sports my whole life so I look at it as more of a team effort so yeah I'm growing my team and you know I can't thank you guys enough. We're we're so excited to watch you go out and continue to help. Business owners create their digital presence. Because I mean that's essentially the essence of this podcast and you know it's from the online world to the offline world and you have to have a blend of both of those together and you know were are you know thank you derrick. Honestly from the bottom of my heart for literally not only buying in but being all in the teamster instead we now each have and share To put these events on in our special events team when we're here three three in the morning it's you know we see faces uses that we see twice a year. I mean we see him but when we see them it's like we just saw him and you know it's Barbecue Week and you know it's go time and it's just an eclectic group of individuals rituals that they they care about the community. They care about the cause more than themselves then again. I wouldn't want any other way. It's been amazing as in been a great journey and Exciting to see what the future holds for sure so yeah. Thank you guys for listening to this episode. We're going to get some behind the scenes footage with with a blue vision talking to some of the teams getting some more of the action and giving smarr tips on how you can put on a festival of your own. If you're crazy do not follow us. Follow US tag. Let us know what's up until next week. Thanks guys.

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"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"For those of you that are watching on Youtube. That are custom unique. It's not a little league trophy with a pig on it. It says first first place. It's something that someone's going to be proud of that. Someone's going to be all that work that they spend the night before wrapping all the day that they're cooking. They're spending time with their family. They're running to put their turning box and then they get called they get this sexy trophy that gets taken in a photo that photo gets shared with all of their our family that gets put wherever they go if they go catering if they opened up a business that goes on their wall. That's something that that marketing lives forever. I've seen some lame trophy. Yeah but on t-ball let alone a grand champion. Yeah that's you know again. One of the things that when we teamed up a frequent laser beams Christmas it was. We wanted to have something that people were proud of. We wanted to have these. You know things that people want to showcase. And then when we showcase some people are like Oh. Wow where'd you get that and it just all your your Your event I think I'll touch thing. I think is is important when marketing events. I think that if you have a budget I think it's important to look into running ads on your social media channels. I'm putting a budget behind. That can really help. Grow the awareness of the event and you put some money into facebook and ads will run on facebook and instagram and and you can target the ads. You can target just locally and trying to get people in your city. Weren't already following your page to hopefully see the ad and wanted to come the event and you can target in another city so I think having an ad strategy ad campaign planned out is is another really important aspect. Shawn's all four boosting posts in so it's nice to. Have you know the the full buying on the team. Spread the word like that. You know one thing I did want to talk about was instagram's stories and I know Corey's all in on that and I think you know there's a unique dynamic when a business owner doesn't know how stories are GonNa work and while you're doing them to win someone comes in in the store. I mean my my wife who is I can't believe how amazing she has taken care of six son. Hopefully they can make it today. Rosie Z.. But she's watching valley markets stories on instagram about dragon fruit and it literally is like that. She's in in the car driving over to pick up dragging. Yeah I I was very naive to. It didn't understand it and Corey. Oreo has one hundred percent. been a huge army. Getting out of my own way guiding me in in this and doing the videos and putting it out there and so diversity store. We'd have an ad that we've made out in the newspaper and you know we're we're talking about thousands of dollars a month and I'm spending talk to put this out there. Well now we've built up a following of nine eight thousand people on instagram. Whatever it is and with one video we can reach that market like that where it took me thousands and thousands of dollars to do that before? Now instantaneous thing thing and can showcase my product way better than some ad What do you call those stock photo locked for automotive the thing but now those please actually see the fruit or you can see the meat? It's the actual meat. And that's there you know what you're getting it's not like this faked fabricated thing so Hori always you know push you more videos. And I know we're going to come up with a segment that we're going to do once a month on on teaching people about meats and stuff but like doing those things. It's huge we followers. We make funny videos. We do stuff that just allows us to. They kind of differentiate ourselves from from other grocery stores or mother barbecue places. And it's it's your brand. Do what you want it. Yeah I think kind of touch on that. It's the humour aspect it's okay to add humor into your your marketing strategy. Because you know most people don't don't go to social media to get something serious. Always informative people people use social media as like a break from their reality and so it's okay to show. Oh you know everyone's human everyone likes to laugh. And it's okay to add sprinkling some humor into your content strategy. We just did a video for valley farm market about about our new ECOMMERCE platform volume or cotton. And ask you about that. There's nothing more digital hospitality driven than that video that you please please share. Ah Shut speaking right now. Adjust notification from that. No way that right here that we just got an order for onto an online delivery so this is the essence of the podcast. which is your business has to be online? And I can't give Derek any more credit than I'm so fucking proud to see that video that you guys made but then this Mocatta which is essentially a door dash for independent and grocers unexplained. Explain Makoto to those dark to our listeners. So Machado is a company that focuses on an independent grocers that gives us a platform where we don't have to use INSTA- cart and guarantee ten thousand dollars a week in sales that it's a lower threshold for us ended ended its online delivery. People can go click whatever they want. We actually have our our barbecue shack on it to you so you can get hot food and delivery window when it's GonNa come to you so let's just say you're at the office and your wife calls and says hey honey we're going to have joe and Sammy over their kids are gonNA come over. And he's like well fuck. I didn't know everyone's GonNa come over so I gotta get my groceries. But they're going to raise six. I get up at five. I don't have time to go shopping or whatever it is you can say. Okay we on our groceries to come here at five thirty you just drive home. Your groceries are there you unbelievable we put on six thousand eight hundred thirty seven skews as very very much and you know again. The stock photo thing Corey and the team took pictures of our product. We we it was a four five month process of just getting all the stuff to do it and then Corey said. Hey let's do a video on it. I'm like yeah let's do it. And then a thought what came to my mind about what to do and we just ran with it and we had a ton of fun for me. I was thinking I'm like I don't know if any other grocery store people are going to go out out there and do what we're doing. So it allows you to differentiate ourselves and put it out there and now like I said like literally we're sitting here and we just got a text message edge that we just got. I mean it's like the amount of money that a business owner would have to spend to create a commercial to be on local local TV or to put an ad in the newspaper or to get in a magazine. It's fractional compared to the creative output that you guys are doing and this is her second time ordering I know this team. That's amazed you're GonNa get the analytics where you can say. Oh this customer keeps ordering this now. I can do something special for that. I can go above above and beyond because it's not about privacy thing it's about. How do we take care of the people that are supporting our business? Yeah I think something cool with digital versus the traditional way of advertising you have metrics and insights to really Kinda back it up and look and see. See if it's working see if it's not working so we just we posted the announcement from Ricardo's audio video we shot. I'm sure it will be in the show absolutely so we posted that Wednesday last Wednesday so just about less than a week ago and then we put a three hundred dollar budget behind it on facebook and just looking at some numbers as of right now. The ads been running for about four days are paid reach. So that's the money that we put behind it. We're already at five thousand one hundred twenty views and that's just from the money behind it. It's incredible and and the organic reach was five thousand four hundred forty eight so you know combined already. We'll have about ten thousand views in less than a week and that's probably only twenty.

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"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"spring valley" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Have if you have all the details ironed out that way you can kind of start your pre promotions whether you have the flyer or not it. Put a couple of pictures up if you just have one picture. Put that as your event cover photo. Get your details down in your facebook event and start inviting everyone on your friends list and trying to get the word out on facebook and if you have an instagram you know do the same thing. Start start posting about it frequently at least every every other day at least once a week if you can and just getting people excited about the event and letting them know what kind of vendors are coming coming you know ticket info be as much as much detail as you can give and just as the event gets closer in closer. Just keep teasing teasing it. And then Yeah that's that's kind of promotion sighed. I think one of the things that was important for me as as much as I love loves social and I love facebook and instagram and twitter. You name it. It was by bringing Corey on. I realized the depth of his knowledge could help grow. Oh the event. Before the event during the event and post event in collecting all those assets whether it was photos whether it was video that satellite us to create content. That helps drive this event this year. Yeah Yeah so given the flyers big thing you you have using video to promote always been really big on video so you know having you and Derek Videos to get people excited people are used to seeing in your face in person so you know we want to get people watching online to see your face and then once you get to the event in having a photographer having videography for or more than one. That's that's really important for me. Just having that huge huge amount of content attend you can share Doing live videos on instagram and facebook. During the event for for people who don't get to come out to the event they get to see it online in kind of get that phone though. Everyone gets the foam. Oh fear of missing out online. So you know it's cool to show them online what they're missing out on. Maybe they'LL WANNA come next year and I think a really good job at making sure that you communicate because for for me being naive I was to the social media. Okay like I need to get that brochure on the cow. I'll I'll get into you and it's like no no I like I like. I need that because I for for Mark McKay do like marketing. I get it but then to watch it. Watch him work it actually. It's like okay. So Corey I mean you know He. He pushes me as much as I. I try to push him but he he's. He's they're saying. Hey there okay you want to do this holiday grocer whatever it is you know I. I need that content for for me to be able to go out and put it out there so having all this stuff in in place and having all that the marketing material is very very important to have it early so you can allow. Whoever's doing it for you to do their job because is it for me? I was just like Oh we're okay. We'll have the week before and it's like well that doesn't work you if you're going to promote the week before you're you're lost you're not gonNa have a bit of that. Yeah I I think that kind of speaks to just the general digital marketing. Done the right way. It can't be last minute. It has to be a plan. A lot of business owners are so busy with their day and they can push it off until tomorrow and things do get last minute but you know if you have a team in place do enough in advance and you can have a really powerful online presence and that's something that we tried to do here and of course after the after the festival. The job's not over festival might be done but I think at school does show the album of photos from the event on all platforms have a recap video any anything you can kind of keep using as marketing after the event it's it's it's important and people people like to be tagged in photos. They I'd like to see them. Self in the album of the event makes them feel special so we try to try to do a wide variety of shots during the event of the vendors of the food sponsors the sponsors gotta shout them out So yeah I think one of the things that you you know. You've done an incredible job not just with this event but with The TURPIN SURF Barbecue event is bringing in other influencers. can you tell us a little bit it just about why that's important to have other influencers within whatever space. You're you're promoting. Yeah these guys have thousands in thousands of followers influencer. You know whether it's food influenced her or whatever industry might be. They reach a lot of the people. And so you know I just know for me working at at Yelp. Now I've been able to meet a lot of these foodies or influencers and grow relationship with them when they post something. You know all the people who are following them they get interested in that they want to be part of that. You know it's it's kind of speaks to the foam was well you know. Oh there's this beautiful plate of Barbecue from Turpin Surf and you know this this this influencers influencers posting about it. I'm missing out. I wanted to join. I want to join and go next year in get get get on that meet. I hear a lot of times people back. Oh Man I miss your. I saw the video. Look fucking Rod. You know you know. They're coming next year. And that's what we're corey. Is You know touching on his that when when the vents done work's not done like you got to think about next year and what you're going to do and how you're GonNa do better by putting out those videos and getting the content during you know if you guys is your at this event. You're you're not gonNA see Corey Sitting have played a barbecue. Corey's out here taking getting footage getting all this content that he has to get with with. You know his team to make sure with Brian. One that they can put them together at the end so we can have a sexy video that that's you know for or for people to see that in an amazing content that we can use not just this year. But that's your promoted six months before the event whatever you need to do It allows house people to still that little space in their mind that there are still thinking of you. Yeah I think you know. Having something good online those assets can also help you you get sponsors for the event to cause if your company in so Pitching the events. You you sponsor. It's nothing to shelf for the event as a sponsor. Why would you wanNA give your money to that event but if you go hey look at this album of photos in this this recap video and look at all the things that we do here? Just visually helps you. Maybe WANNA WANNA sponsor the event so I think on the sponsorship side. It's important to it. Helps me a lot when and people are asking me to sponsor staff if I if I if they show me something. I'm like dude I wouldn't fuck and go to that myself. Why am I gonNA sponsor that you know but if you're making it beautiful and it's the event but you wanted to showcase that I'm like oh I can actually see how that could help my business if I if I did it I could? You know maybe reach these people when I can help them out on whatever you know that. That's a good point about sponsorships because without sponsors these events don't go on although we've been the sponsor kind of I think You know it's it's a BB. Always be branding and one of the things why I got along so well with Derek. He cares so much about his brand His logo his gear his swag. Because if you don't care about your company if you don't care about those things it makes it much harder for the marketing team to pimp like if we can't we can't pimp yard and one of the things for us you know it was so so important for Derek and I to buy in to the assets the actual physical things that we're going to give people that are buying into this event and going with fricking laser beams and creating trophies.

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"spring valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"spring valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well from Spring Valley a John you serve the long time ago yes I did well what was what was sixty years ago so the in World War two yes Philip hello bill pays I was sergeant major the battalion yeah teen years old that would be needed I wouldn't it seventeen years of age and you guys were married a long time I take it thirty four years yeah thirty five years yeah so what would you have any hiring spirits is over there John well it wasn't technically that that's for sure and you will end up yeah I I'll tell you this yeah I would take care where we executed general is your March to Anaheim at the Japanese generals well where I'm always says killed by firing squad all right well right there wouldn't give them of he had the other guy and how well you saw a lot your day served in the army in the forties thanks John thanks Eileen thanks for listening to the show Hey we have some other call as if you guys want to hang for the news with the love to push on the air because we're very grateful to your service I thank of your service one here your experiences so please hang on if you would coming up next we will also hear from congressman Peter king will replay our interview he will not seek a fifteenth term in the US house of representatives and a chance to win a thousand Bucks coming up it's nine o'clock sending our love with your life forever things to our veterans from all the voices of New York seven ten W. O. R. station it is fifty one degrees under sunny skies good morning I'm Lisa Matteo a major shake up in Congress Long Island congressman Peter king says he will not run for another term next year the congressman making the announcement in a post on Facebook this morning he recently had said there was more he wanted to do and you say you have a lot more to do I've done a lot of a lot more to do and I'm gonna keep doing it but now king says after spending twenty eight years in Congress he wants to spend more time with his family the congressman says the decision not an easy one no one laden W. O. R. new and a lot more coming up in the big three with Len Berman and Michael Riedel the one hundred annual veterans day parade takes place in the city today with president trump kicking things off well this is the hundredth annual veterans day parade in the Big Apple about twenty five thousand vets in active military expected a March in this parade and president trump will give remarks before hand and then lay a wreath at the eternal light memorial at Madison square park security very tight and the area by the route on Fifth Avenue from twenty four to forty eight expected to be very congested and more it is protesters are expected I'm Scott Primeau double your dues and more that is well the big three with Len Berman and Michael Riedel on Capitol Hill the impeachment hearings begin this week on Wednesday that first witness to come before cameras the top US diplomat in Ukraine bill Taylor in explosive closed door testimony Taylor implicated the president in a campaign to pressure Ukraine saying it was his quote clear understanding that Ukraine would not receive nearly four hundred million dollars in critical military aid until they agreed to investigate trump's political rivals and that was correspondent Mary Bruce a rally planned today in support of a woman busted for selling churros in the subway video shows cops taking the food away and leading the woman out of the Broadway junction station can you just like let her keep her stuff back up right now what's she doing back now it's illegal to sell we want.

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"spring valley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"spring valley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"A pedestrian is dead after getting hit in front of monta vista high school in spring valley last night. Authorities say the pedestrian was not in a crosswalk when they were hit this happened around eight thirty last night on Sweetwater springs boulevard that roadway was shutdown between Austin drive and low Mullane during the investigation. Contaminated runoff in the water aid, imperial beach could spill over onto the streets. Rain this week has already forced the closure of shorelines as raw sewage and other harmful toxins have been pouring in from the Tijuana river adheres Bill Holland with his market update. Stocks fire and now up over six percent. So far this year. China says it may have a way to end the trade imbalance on. We'll come to Washington for talks on January thirty meanwhile, Wall Street's on track for the best weekly game in six months and this ahead of a three-day weekend industrial production up. It's surprising three in December test with down ten percent. We'll cut payroll seven percent three thousand jobs and negative guidance. Walmart and CVS pharmacy deal. Well, Schaumburg J J B hunt. Both higher on each holiday and seven sixty care from the well, we don't have any rain in the forecast. So that's good. Currently though, the cloud. The skies are cloudy. We have sixty degrees at Lindberg. Field. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news more. Armstrong and Getty is next. Hey, it's spread coming up on my show today starting at three is the government still closed as shot is somebody blinking. We'll tell you suburban show AM seven sixty talking breaking. Probably wondered yourself what Jack. And Joe talk about during the commercial breaks. We're just in talking about the importance of stretching and how we never do it. Now, we should start. I should make that my New Year's resolution started. Now, I start stretching every single day for five minutes that was mine. A couple of years back was was stretching. I cannot touch my toes, and I'm tall and old tall. People for not flexible is not a good combination. Miami. If you drop a pen and say, oh, no, you ought to consider daily.

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600 buildings at risk in Northern California wildfire

24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

600 buildings at risk in Northern California wildfire

"Battle and was taken to the hospital but we're told the injuries are not serious we're still waiting to learn how that barge fire started right now the ponti fire in northern california is threatening about six hundred buildings it's already destroyed some two dozen homes and structures and fire investigators expect that number to go up heat and high winds are fanning the flames at least fifteen hundred people have been evacuated in the spring valley right now ficials say the fire is thirteen thousand acres that only seventeen percent contained officials at this texas hospital rocked by deadly explosion say a gas line may have been what triggered that blast one construction worker was killed and twelve others injured when the explosion rick through an area under construction coryell memorial hospital the injured workers had to be carried to.

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